I was about to use S3 with crypt but I read this:
Note that files uploaded both with multipart upload and through crypt remotes do not have MD5 sums.
(here : https://rclone.org/s3/#multipart-uploads )
From what I understood without the use of crypt, the files sent with multipart have an MD5. I don't really understand why files sent through crypt to s3 with multipart upload (mandatory for files bigger than 5GB) do not have valid MD5.
Are there any risks to host large files through crypt on s3 even if these files do not have a MD5, like high chance of corrupting files ?
How local comparisons work without MD5 on those files when using the sync command for example ?
Thank you for your help